Resources

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Jewish Social Justice Roundtables Guiding Principles for a Racial Justice Framework

The Jewish Social Justice Roundtable has created this pilot Racial Justice Framework to help guide and support our collective efforts around racial justice. This framework is a tool to help build the capacities of Jewish organizations to be more racially and ethnically diverse, inclusive, equitable and just.
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TIME'S UP Impact Lab - Nevertheless, It Persists: Disrupting the Vicious Cycle of Institutionalized Sexism. Report and Summary

The COVID-19 crisis, the economic recession, and the renewed attention to racist, state-sanctioned violence have underscored what historically marginalized women — particularly women of color and low-paid women — face everyday: the burden of generations of sexist and racist institutions, norms, and policy choices that systematically limit women’s power and devalue the work that women do.
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TIME’S UP Guide to Equity and Inclusion During Crisis

This second edition of The TIME’S UP Guide to Equity and Inclusion During Crisis adds urgent and practical advice for leaders committed to leading anti-racist organizations.
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SRE Convening Norms

We have designed our convening experience to reflect our organization’s core values: Safety - Environments free from harassment and intimidation based on gender or sexuality. Respect - People treated with civility, courtesy and professionalism. Equity - People dealt with fairly, equally and given the same opportunities for participation, membership and advancement.
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SRE 2020 Convening Code of Conduct

Safety. Respect. Equity. These are the values and principles that we are committed to as an organization and as we convene for this virtual conference. The following is an outline of the policies and norms that are inherently part of SRE and therefore, part of this convening.
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The Pledge on Live the Pledge

13 action steps for men to take to turn being an ally into a verb. We are calling men in to live their allyhood as a verb by committing to, sharing, and living out the pledges that first emerged in the The Week That All Jewish Women Turned Invisible article. Live The Pledge is a new website to help allies actively engage in this comprehensive list of actions. With input from male allies and focus groups, these pledges have been expanded to bring them to life as part of our ongoing commitment to achieving greater gender equity in our Jewish communal workspaces.
Featured, Funders as Allies, Men as Allies, Promoting Workplace Equity

Women in the Workplace 2019 Report

Women in the Workplace is the largest study of the state of women in corporate America. This year, LeanIn.Org and McKinsey & Company collected information from 329 organizations employing 13 million people and surveyed more than 68,500 employees to better understand their day-to-day work experiences.
Awareness and Training, Featured, Policies and Procedures, Promoting Workplace Equity

Money, Gender and Power: A Guide to Funding with a Gender Lens

Created in partnership with gender justice leader Tuti B. Scott of Changemaker Strategies, and dedicated to the memory of Jewish feminist pioneer Nancy Schwartz Sternoff, Money, Power, and Gender invites Jewish communal leaders, funders, and activists of all genders to take concrete actions to advance gender equity, and commit to lifting up women and girls in the philanthropic landscape at large.
Awareness and Training, Education, Featured, Funders as Allies

Coverage and Tools About Sexual Harassment at Nonprofits

For those working to prevent sexual harassment at a nonprofit or overcome a scandal, here is a collection of articles with advice from a variety of experts. You’ll find guidance on how to communicate with donors, respond when a leader is involved in a scandal, or better protect your fundraisers.
Awareness and Training, Education, Featured, Promoting Workplace Equity

Preventing and Responding to Sexual Harassment: Funders’ Practices and Challenges

Foundations committed to social justice and human rights have an important role in combating sexual harassment through their work, but they must also take all steps necessary to prevent and respond to it in their work. This report seeks to provide some food for thought in the form of foundations’ shared experiences as a basis for this kind of thought process. It is an invitation to think, discuss, and learn.
Education, Featured, Funders as Allies, Promoting Workplace Equity

Gender Equity and Leadership Initiative Report

This report shares the research and findings of the Gender Equity and Leadership Initiative, exploring how to enhance gender equity and leadership within Jewish educational institutions and the needs of professionals in the field of Jewish education. The Gender Equity and Leadership Initiative is housed at the Leadership Commons of the William Davidson Graduate School of Jewish Education of JTS.
Education, Featured, Promoting Workplace Equity

Are Jewish Organizations Great Places to Work?

As in previous years, Leading Edge conducted its 2018 Employee Experience Survey to support Jewish organizations on their journeys to strengthen their workplace cultures. By becoming “leading places to work” and ensuring they stay great, these organizations are making a commitment to fully empower their employees as they make the world a better place.
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#NowWhat: The Sexual Harassment Solutions Toolkit

Taking action to prevent and end sexual harassment in workplaces, informed by research and practice.
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Power Moves – On Philanthropy and Equity and Justice

POWER MOVES: Your essential philanthropy assessment guide for equity and justice is a complete self-assessment toolkit to determine how well you are building, sharing and wielding power and identify ways to transform your programs and operations for lasting, equitable impact.
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Keshet’s Community Inclusion Guides

Inclusion 101 guides for synagogues, day schools, summer camps, Hillels, and Jewish youth groups. Keshet is a national organization that works for full LGBTQ equality and inclusion in Jewish life. Led and supported by LGBTQ Jews and straight allies, Keshet cultivates the spirit and practice of inclusion in all parts of the Jewish community.
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CCAR Task Force on the Experience of Women in the Rabbinate

The CCAR is taking an active step toward addressing the reality of life in the rabbinate as experienced by women rabbis.
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Creating Workplaces Free from Domestic Violence, Sexual Harassment and Violence, and Stalking from Workplaces Respond

Workplaces Respond is a national resource center that provides resources, training and technical assistance to employers, survivors, co-workers, and advocates to prevent and respond to domestic violence, sexual harassment and violence, trafficking, and stalking impacting the workplace.
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National Women’s Law Center Legal Network for Gender Equity and the TIME’S UP Legal Defense Fund

The National Women’s Law Center will connect individuals who have experienced sexual harassment in the workplace or related retaliation with attorneys who can provide legal assistance including a free initial consultation.
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EEOC - Rebooting Harassment Prevention

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is the government agency responsible for enforcing federal laws that make it illegal to discriminate against or sexually harass anyone in the workplace.
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Checklists and Chart of Risk Factors for Employers on Harassment Prevention

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is the government agency responsible for enforcing federal laws that make it illegal to discriminate against or sexually harass anyone in the workplace.
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Reform Pay Equity Initiative

The Reform Pay Equity Initiative will comprehensively assess the salaries of the professionals who serve Reform institutions, develop a plan to address inequities, and evaluate the impact of interventions.
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Judaism, #MeToo and Ethical Leadership: Perspectives from the Created Equal Project

Judaism, #metoo and Ethical Leadership: Perspectives from the Created Equal Project explores how Jewish ideas can inform the current discourse on power, privilege and sexual assault and generates new insights and deep conversation.
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The Torah of #MeToo

The questions and responses gathered below express a wisdom that emerges from communal conversation and from lived experience in this #MeToo moment.
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